As mentioned in Deploy Multiple, Terraspace allows you to deploy multiple stacks with a single command. Terraspace automatically detects the dependencies when you wire the outputs of one stack to another stack’s input variables.
Here is some additional info about the dependencies-related helper methods.
|output||Wire stack outputs to inputs. Terraspace will infer the dependency.|
|depends_on||Explicitly configure the dependency.|
The general form for
DEPENDANT_STACK is another stack in your terraform project, and
OUTPUT_KEY is an output defined in that stack. Here’s an tfvars example:
vpc_id = <%= output('vpc.vpc_id') %>
terraspace all plan, the dependent stacks may not have been applied yet. You can provide mock values so the plan can be successful. Example:
vpc_id = <%= output('vpc.vpc_id', mock: 'vpc-111') %>
The mock values are only used if the dependent stacks have not yet been applied. Once the dependent stacks are applied, actual values are used instead.
There is also a
depends_on helper method that can be used to declare dependencies without having to wire outputs to input variables. Example:
<% depends_on('vpc') %>
Remember you do not need to declare
depends_on if you are already using
output to inputs to outputs. Terraspace will infer the dependencies automatically. It is fine to declare both, though you may forget to remove the
depends_on declaration when you remove all the
You can also specify multiple stacks with depends_on:
<% depends_on('vpc', 'redis', 'mysql') %>